Macarons

Delicatessen Chef’s Garden

Macarons are originally an Italian creation, and are said to have been introduced to France in the 16th century by Catherine de’ Medici, who married King Henry II. After that, macarons of various shapes and production methods began being made at monasteries and other locations in different regions, but the type that is most often seen today, with a colorful appearance and cream sandwiched in the middle, first appeared in Paris in the 19th century. The Okura Tokyo’s new creation, Macarons <Goka 2022>, combines a cosmopolitan styling with natural ingredients to create truly impressive tastes, one piece at a time.

 


The five different colors beaming out of the pure white box are an eye-catching sight. Macarons <Goka 2022> is a creation that incorporates natural flavors into its vivid coloring and decorations: the Tahitian vanilla and milky coconut of “Vanille”; the genuine fruit taste of “Passion Mango”; the coexisting gentleness and strength of “Chocolat”; the lovely taste of “Phrase”, and the cake-like appearance of “Rum Raisin”. In addition to the taste, we incorporate many sugar-free, additive-free, and pesticide-free ingredients nurtured by the lands of places such as Africa and Afghanistan, while being mindful of the blessings of nature and the people of the production areas during the creation of our products. The pattern that adorns the box is a recreation of the orange-and-goldenrod design engraved on the decorative glass walls of the Sky Chapel, the wedding chapel on the 41st floor of The Okura Prestige Tower, as a prayer for happiness. These macarons are also recommended when you want to give a gift with originality.

The five different colors beaming out of the pure white box are an eye-catching sight. Macarons <Goka 2022> is a creation that incorporates natural flavors into its vivid coloring and decorations: the Tahitian vanilla and milky coconut of “Vanille”; the genuine fruit taste of “Passion Mango”; the coexisting gentleness and strength of “Chocolat”; the lovely taste of “Phrase”, and the cake-like appearance of “Rum Raisin”. In addition to the taste, we incorporate many sugar-free, additive-free, and pesticide-free ingredients nurtured by the lands of places such as Africa and Afghanistan, while being mindful of the blessings of nature and the people of the production areas during the creation of our products. The pattern that adorns the box is a recreation of the orange-and-goldenrod design engraved on the decorative glass walls of the Sky Chapel, the wedding chapel on the 41st floor of The Okura Prestige Tower, as a prayer for happiness. These macarons are also recommended when you want to give a gift with originality.


* Macarons <Goka 2022> can be purchased at Delicatessen Chef’s Garden.